I know it’s not fair, but I don’t make the rules. It’s the exact opposite.
Let me explain.
You take THE dream vacation. Just you and your spouse in Hawaii.
During the day it’s a heavy regimen of pinna-coladas and peeled grapes while being fanned by the natives. In the evening it’s world-class dining and entertainment. An absolute picture perfect experience.
On the flight back however, you get into a viscous row with your spouse about who should get the aisle seat, and you say (and mean it), "I wish I had stayed at the office."
Unlike parenting, when it comes to marriage, the smallest bad outweighs the largest good.
The goal of parenting is to do better. Therefore any good is good, no matter how much bad it took to get there.
The goal of marriage is bliss, and until you get to total bliss, it’s just does not feel good enough. And therefore any bad means you didn’t get there, no matter how much good it’s surrounded by.
As I said, I don’t make the rules, but I can help you get to total bliss, check out the Bliss seminar (click here).